Roy Keane has denied charges of threatening behaviour in areas of tarmac. Trafford Magistrates’ Court has been told that the former Manchester United enforcer is in a perpetual state of hate and has even been known to punch people in his sleep.
Police had responded to a report of a man acting aggressively in a TV studio, but when they discovered the altercation involved Keane they summoned police’s dangerous dog unit. Once tasered and muzzled, Keane was led away, leaving his victim, Adrian Chiles, to be treated for shock, rabies and stud-marks on the back of his shins.
Previously the 43-year-old had left his role as Aston Villa assistant boss to focus on more calming things, such as staring down sharks’. Unfortunately he walked out of an anger management rehabilitation centre, blaming Mick McCarthy, Catcher in the Rye and the lack of raw meat.